Hardcover editions are becoming a trend, and in 2017, it’s no longer just books that get them.
That’s the case for a new book by a new writer named Matthew Bellamy, which he’s published under the name Matthew Bellam.
Bellamy wrote The End of the Road, an essay that explores his thoughts on the nature of the world and its future.
Bellam says that he feels that he’s been living a “lifelong dream” that’s been given to him by his parents and that he was born to write about it.
It’s also a memoir of sorts, one that recounts his own struggles with depression, alcoholism, and homelessness.
But the book also includes some surprising revelations about his life, including his first kiss, his first marriage, and a relationship that lasted until his death.
You can read the whole thing on the site for free.
Bellaryam has been writing about books and writing about life for nearly three decades.
He’s the author of a slew of books, including the recent biography The World We Live In: A Life in Letters, which tells the story of his life from his early days as a school teacher to his death in 2008.
He also wrote a memoir about his time as a police officer, which was published in 2014.
It wasn’t the best-selling book of his career, but that was in part due to its length.
Bellaream has also been a frequent guest on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, and he’s written for a number of podcasts.
He started out writing for The Guardian, which eventually became a full-time gig at the Independent.
He then got his start at The Toast, a blog about pop culture, and The Guardian again, where he wrote a story about how his friend died in a car crash.
Bellmam’s book is titled The End Of The Road, and it’s about a man who’s lost his job and is living on the streets of his hometown of Glasgow, Scotland.
He writes about his experiences and the people he interacts with on a daily basis.
It sounds like a lot of time spent writing, but the book is actually quite short, just over nine chapters.
He says that the book will “be a short and sweet memoir, but one that will be worth reading,” and he says it will also tell a story that resonates with readers.
You’ll probably want to stick with the audiobook version of the book, which is also available.